Cynthia Bailey Shares A Post In The Memory Of Breonna Taylor: 'It's Been 150 Days...'
Cynthia Bailey did not forget about Breonna Taylor, and she continues to ask for justice for her. Check out the post that she shared on her social media account below.
'It’s been 150 days since Breonna Taylor was murdered in her home by Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove—and her killers have not been charged. Too often Black women who die from police violence are forgotten. Let’s stay loud, keep demanding justice for Breonna and her family, and SAY HER NAME. Proud to stand with WNBA players in joining this campaign, created by @phenomenal in partnership with the Breonna Taylor Foundation, to which all profits from tees will be donated. (Art by @arlyn.garcia) 💜' Cynthia captioned her post.
Someone said: 'Too often blacks kill other blacks in the thousands per year? Did you forget that?' and another follower posted this: 'Saying her name Breonna Taylor the cops need to be held accountable for their actions we need justice for her sending my condolences to her family rest in heaven.'
One other follower posted this: 'You are so right my Sister. They need to be charged if it was a black man. He would have been charged. It’s a f.... up system. Just keeping it real. Calling it like I see it.'
Someone else said: 'May the Lord our God hold her tight in his arms and lead punishment to those that took her life. My heart goes out to the family.'
A follower posted this: 'If that can happen to her it can also happen to us.'
Someone else shared this message: 'Black men set the stage for this. Black men did this with their "black woman hate" so they can date other races for their own white approval/privilege. They did not and do not care how it's affected black women and laugh and so it comes back to them and they want everyone to help them but they are the source. No matter the protest, it's their bad karma returning back to them. How can you curse your own women without cursing yourself? Even the ones that laugh at those comments are no better and actually worse. Black men need to be held accountable for their "black women hate' that has caused death which is why the cops didn't even call for an ambulance for Breonna Taylor. They disrespected her life because they thought black en gave them permission to do so. The bad karma cycle will continue no matter the protest as long as black men are not held accountable publicly for their own racism.'
In other news, Cynthia Bailey shared a couple of new pics from Lake Bailey on her social media account that had fans praising her.